GP Cancer Education - Neck lumps: when to be suspicious
Neck masses are a common cause of presentation to general practice for both adults and children. It is important primary care health professionals are confident in the diagnosis, management, and referral of neck lumps.
1. Describe modifiable factors known to increase the risk of malignant neck lumps
2. Outline the differential diagnosis of neck lumps in adults and in children
3. Identify the clinical features of neck lumps requiring urgent investigation
4. Summarise the urgent referral pathway for adults presenting with a neck lump
5. Summarise the urgent referral pathway for children presenting with a neck lump
*Please note these learning outcomes are subject to change
Dr Daren Gibson - Consultant Radiologist and Co-head Imaging Dept, Fiona Stanely Hospital. Lead Head & Neck, Tumour Collaborative WACPCN
Registrations are essential.
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